If we learned anything from last month's fervor over The Interview, it's that in some part of the world, a head of state is convinced that Seth Rogen is so influential, his movies need to be stopped at all costs. But we also learned that, if audiences are led to believe that a film is so controversial that it can't even be released, they'll be chomping at the bit to see it. Hype sells. It got a poorly reviewed movie a ton of attention. And now it's doing the same for a new reality show.
Like the four men it features, TLC's My Husband's Not Gay has managed to offend people even though it has yet to come out. Set to debut this weekend, the program has already received protests from everyone from Christians to advocacy groups like the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)....
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